Emma Day is a DPhil candidate in US History at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on women’s activism in response to the AIDS epidemic in the United States from the 1980s to the present day. She is also Postgraduate representation of Historians of the Twentieth Century United States (HOTCUS).

Review: Queer Work/Queer Labour

University College London

Conference Review: ‘Queer Work/Queer Labour,’ UCL, 15 March 2018 https://www.ucl.ac.uk/lgbtq-research/sites/lgbtq-research/files/queer_work_queer_labour_programme_4_2_19.pdf Professor Margot Canaday (Princeton University) delivered queer UCL’s annual plenary lecture on ‘“The One’s Who Had Nothing to Lose”: Days and Nights in the Queer Work World’. Canaday took audience members on a spatial tour of the ‘queer work world’… Continue reading